Amazon.com on Thursday said that, after less than four years of selling electronic books, it's now selling more of them than printed books.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Amazon.com is dropping the price on its Kindle e-reader, but the change comes with a trade-off: On-screen ads.
AT&T today announced that it will begin selling Amazon's Kindle 3G eReaders in AT&T retail stores nationwide...
Amazon failed to meet lofty expectations set by analysts for its fourth-quarter earnings...
Amazon today announced that Kindle apps will be tailored specifically for Android- and Windows-based tablets...
Barnes & Noble holds one-fifth of the eBook market, according to the company’s second-quarter earnings report today.
Amazon.com said Monday it will start paying publishers more when they sell magazines and newspapers on its Kindle electronic reader.
Amazon.com is rolling up its sleeves in its fight to convince consumers that its Kindle electronic reader is better than competing devices such as Apple's iPad...
Office supplies retailer Staples will become the second third-party retailer to carry the Amazon Kindle after it launches the device early this fall...
Will subsidized eReaders hit the market? Maybe, but then again, maybe not.
Amazon launched a new version of it Kindle reading device, as well as a $139 Wi-Fi only version.
It appears that a lower price point for eReaders is stimulating dramatic growth in eBook sales.
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. said Thursday it is introducing a new version of its higher-end Kindle at a lower price...
Amazon.com is keeping its Kindle eReader as far from the iPad as possible.
Amazon.com today announced that Android users soon will enjoy the Kindle App on their devices.
Kindle users soon will be able to share book passages with their online communities like Twitter and Facebook.
Amazon reported a strong first quarter late yesterday, and still shares of the company dropped by 6 percent in early morning trading...
Target today announced that its stores will begin selling the Kindle, Amazon's popular eReader.
Amazon can use the iPad to boost book sales through its Kindle platform
As expected, Amazon wasted no time in getting its content on the iPad.
Even while Apple prepares to start selling the Wi-Fi model of the iPad starting this weekend – which some might consider an eReader killer – experts on a Webinar panel today see nothing but growth for the eBook and eReader market at large.
Amazon.com, could get its biggest threat Saturday, when Apple releases its iPad multimedia tablet.
Amazon.com today introduced "Kindle for BlackBerry," a new application available as a free download from Amazon.com.
Last Thursday, Macmillan CEO John Sargent gave Amazon an ultimatum on pricing for its eBook titles.